Brachydactyly: Short, stubby fingers and toes. Brachydactyly is a frequent feature of syndromes of congenital malformation (constellations of birth defects) including Down syndrome (trisomy 21). Brachydactyly or, as it sometimes referred to, brachydactylia comes from the Greek brachys, short + daktylos, finger.
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Abnormal shortness of the fingers. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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abnormal shortness of fingers and toes
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(brak″e-dak´tә-le) abnormal shortness of the fingers and toes.
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(from the article `digit malformation`) ...and chromosomal trisomy 13 (D1-trisomy). In syndactyly the digits are fused or webbed, and it also is treated surgically. Syndactyly is a common ... Repetition or deficiency of single parts, such as fingers or toes (polydactyly, hypodactyly [ectrodactyly], brachydactyly), is a frequent anomaly ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: brak′ē-dak′ti-lē Definitions: 1. Abnormal shortness of the fingers. Synonyms: brachydactylia
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Brachydactyly (Greek βραχύς = "short" plus δάκτυλος = "finger"), is a medical term which literally means "shortness of the fingers and toes" (digits). The shortness is relative to the length of other long bones and other parts of the body. Brachydactyly is an inherited, usually dominant trait. It most often occurs as an isolate...
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A congenital defect in which the fingers and toes are abnormally short.
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